TRACC is the Tropical Research and Conservation Centre, a coral reef conservation organization in Sabah, Malaysia (Borneo) which runs marine conservation expeditions (turtles or diving) using volunteers & visitors to rebuild coral reefs. We also teach marine biology courses, & conduct marine research projects. All of our work focuses on a coral reef conservation issue and creates solutions. Our current projects are developing a marine protected area working on sharks, - turtles, – reef restoration - photographic record of biodiversity , environmental education and environmental awareness.
TRACC Conservation expedition locations 2014 & 2015
Diving volunteers — Turtle volunteers — Marine science Courses
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CONSERVATION – Coral planting & reef restoration – Sharks, - Turtles, –
ONGOING PROJECTS – Ocean Acidification - Coral Reference Nursery – Fish Larval Settlement — Biodiversity – Shark & ray Market survey – Student projects — Research projects for student study — Ongoing Research projects 2014
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To search or navigate around this site please use the index which has links to all our activities.
Facebook — Google+ – Our shark protection activity - Volunteers & coral planting – Conservation Volunteer – Volunteer role – Coral planting- Shark Campaign objectives- Shark Conservation – Global Shark Survey – Shark protection organisations - Turtle protection – Photo Gallery – Site Map
About TRACC – TRACC advocacy - Tracc publications -Projects – Consultancy – Contact us - Sabah - Celebes sea – Dive sites – FAQ - Our photos & Video – Panoramio – Flikr – Youtube – Links to Internet resources – Google+ -
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